Sally Reynolds

Sally Reynolds


Trained in restoration ecology, Sally enjoys resolving the complexities that occur at the intersection of the built and natural environment, finding resolution through landscape’s performative qualities. She strives to connect communities with their surrounding natural environment, amplifying nature to promote social and ecological well-being.

Sally joins RELM after a decorated ten year career working for OLIN and Andropogon. She is versant across multiple scales and typologies. Currently, she is leading RELM’s 83-acre park effort for The Creek at Dominquez Hills having just completed the Apple Campus 2 site, a 175-acre site, serving as chief plant designer while at OLIN. Throughout her career, she has worked on multiple master plans for academic campuses, civic neighborhoods, and agricultural landscapes, working closely with communities to ensure design outcomes embody local values and vernacular. Projects include: Drexel University, Franklin and Marshall College, the historic neighborhood of Mt. Vernon, Maryland, and Colchester Farms.

Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 2008
Bachelor of Arts - Integrative Biology and Dance, University of California, Berkeley, 2000

‘Future generations are really our ultimate clients. I aim to create places that generate lasting relationships with the natural world.’